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31/01/2012 - 3:35 AM

Fenway Park Boston MA

Fenway Park Boston MAGreat feel to this photo! I would suggest cropping a couple of centimeters off the top to just on the first level of cloud and in from the left to the edge of the Coke sign. I feel to that you could work on it with exposure levels and perhaps applying an effect called dodging and burning...just have a play around on whatever photo editing program you have and see what you can achieve. That what I do, I teach myself.
31/01/2012 - 3:28 AM


*What an awesome photo! So well timed. That cats eyes are a gorgeous shade of orange! I am a fan of cropping, just my thing, I would have cropped a little from the left side to bring in it closer and from the top to just under that white flower, maybe altered the exposure a little, played around with it a bit to make it 'pop' just a fraction more. It is such a wonderfully playful photo... the anticipation of will he or wont he...LOL.

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Bleeding Hearts...still pretty in PinkI love this, the colours are amazing. I would mention just one thing Branda if I may? I would have removed that stray leaf in the foreground, as my eye is instantly drawn to it, instead of to the stunning flowers where it should go. Can you Photoshop or clone it out. It would be a big job and you'd have to know what you were doing. That is the only thing I can fault, it is such a well composed photo.
20/09/2011 - 8:10 AM

My little juniper forest

My little juniper forestI'll begin by saying how lush this looks very green just lovely. Makes me feel so alive!

I can see what you have tried to achieve but I think you have gone a little overboard. I think you could have left more trees in the middle of the photo in focus and had a little more sky - working on the principles of thirds. There is mostly a sea of green which kind of makes it a mish mash for the eye. Also had you cropped the photo to the tree in the front of the picture the pink plant would have been a good anchor its is a nice contrast to the green and oh so pretty!
True beauty lies in the beholder's eyesWow what a stunning shot. I love the crystal clear focus, the depth of colour and the perfect beading of water. The single fine blade at the top is a lovely finish to the photo, glad you didnt crop it out!